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A potent low pressure system has moved off to the northeast while high pressure builds in from the west.  The area between these two systems is where all the wind is located, ushering in a much colder air mass on brisk northwest winds.  Any lingering snow will end by noon with clearing skies expected by late afternoon or early evening.  Lows tonight will bottom out in the lower to mid 20s, and we may even see some teens for lows Sunday night into Monday morning.  Highs today and Sunday will be in the lower to mid 30s with the brisk northwest winds becoming light by Sunday afternoon. 



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